Free Press Journal
  • Tiny liquid metal particles for heat-free soldering!

    Washington: Scientists have developed micro-scale, liquid-metal particles that can be used for heat-free soldering and fabricating, repairing and processing of metals – all at room temperature. The project started as a search for a way to stop liquid metal from returning to a solid – even below the metal’s melting point.

  • Kids with vision problems may have increased ADHD risk

    Washington: Children with vision problems that are not correctable with glasses or contact lenses may be at twice the risk of developing attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a new study has found.

  • cancer

    Potential new treatment target for brain cancer found

    Toronto: Researchers have found a key player in brain tumour formation that may lead to new therapies for a deadly and incurable cancer. The study is the first to show that a protein called OSMR (Oncostatin M Receptor) is required for glioblastoma tumours to form.

  • big ben

    UK’s Big Ben to stop chiming for months

    London: One of London’s most iconic clock towers, the Big Ben, will stop chiming as it shuts down for essential repairs which could cost up to 29 million pounds, it was announced today.

  • Kangna Ranaut’s lawyer miffed with Hrithik Roshan’s team claiming that she withheld truth from him

    With each passing day, speculations and allegations continue to hover around the Hrithik Roshan and Kangna Ranaut legal battle. The two actors who apparently had a fallout after their affair went kaput, not only slapped legal notices on each other but their legal teams have been giving out several notices and counter notices which has now gone viral in several media platforms.

  • 3 tropical storm names being retired after deadly season

    Miami: The organisation that names tropical storms and hurricanes says it will retire the names Erika, Joaquin and Patricia following the 2015 season. The World Meteorological Organisation announced yesterday that Elsa and Julian will be used for future storms in the Atlantic, while Pamela will be used in the eastern North Pacific. The organisation reuses storm names every six years, meaning the new names might first be used in 2021. Names are retired

  • Childhood obesity continues to rise in US: study

    Washington: The alarming increase in childhood obesity rates that began in the US nearly 30 years ago continues unabated, with the biggest increases in severe obesity, a new study has warned.

  • Al-Qaeda claims killing gay magazine editor in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: An outlawed Al-Qaeda outfit today claimed responsibility for the brutal killing of Bangladesh’s first gay magazine editor and his friend here for “pioneering” homosexuality in the Muslim-majority country which has seen a string of murders of secular activists and bloggers.

  • prem ratan dhan payo

    ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ to have one mega webisode

    Mumbai: Post the success of the Salman Khan starrer “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo”, makers of the film are all set to make a webisode (an original episode derived from a television series) showing the making of the family entertainer.

  • Vijender Singh accepts Amir Khan’s challenge to fight in India

    Manchester: Indian boxing star Vijender Singh is ready to trade blows with British professional Amir Khan and accepted his challenge to fight in India, saying it will prove to be a big boost to the sport in the country.

  • DoT writes to Defence Ministry for releasing spectrum

    New Delhi: Gearing up for mega spectrum auction, DoT has written to the Defence Ministry for release of spectrum under the harmonisation process as well as 3G radiowaves under the swapping pact.

  • Sushil Modi

    Half of ministers, MLAs of Grand Alliance are “boozers”: Sushil

    Patna: BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi today alleged that “over half” of the “ministers and legislators” of the ruling Grand Alliance in Bihar are “habitual boozers”, his remarks coming in the wake of a Congress MLA caught on camera purportedly offering liquor to his guests.

  • ‘LeT recruiting Pak youths, training them in camps in PoK’

    New Delhi: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) is recruiting Pakistani youths for carrying out terrorist acts in India and training them in terror camps in Pakistan- occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Lok Sabha was informed today. Terrorist training camps continue to function in Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir. As per reports, there are several terrorist training camps of LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen in PoK, Minister of State for Home Affairs Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said in response to

  • SC seeks for disclosure of Mallya’s offshore assets

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya to disclose all the overseas assets held by him and his estranged wife and children to the banks which are seeking the recovery of more than Rs.9,000 crore in the principal and interest, loaned to his now-grounded Kingfisher Airlines.

  • Had expressed concern to India over granting visa to Isa: China

    Beijing: China today said it had expressed concern to India through diplomatic channels over granting visa to Chinese dissident Dolkun Isa before it was revoked by New Delhi and hoped that the two sides would properly deal with the issue.

  • Cong seeks expunction of Jaitley’s remarks on Uttarkd Spkr

    New Delhi: A vociferous Congress today sought the expunction of remarks by Leader of Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley against the Uttarakhand Speaker while justifying the imposition of central rule in the state.

  • Gujarat Lions bats for Reliance Games

    Mumbai: IPL’s newest cricket team, Gujarat Lions have entered into a partnership with Reliance Games, a publisher and developer of mobile games.

  • Amanullah Khan

    JKLF’s founder leader Amanullah Khan dead

    Islamabad: Amanullah Khan, one of the founders of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front that led a violent campaign for independent Kashmir, including the killing of an Indian diplomat in the UK in the mid-80s and hijacking of an Indian Airlines plane to Lahore, died today in Pakistan, which he made his home for three decades.

  • Children, Parents

    Early maternal support boosts child’s brain growth

    Washington: Children who receive adequate care and nurturing from their mothers during the preschool years are likely to have more robust growth in brain structures associated with learning, memory and stress response than children with less supportive mothers, suggests a new study.